Friday, July 15, 2011

What's Hot This Week

Astronauts Unpack Giant Space Locker in Orbit

By Denise Chow

The astronauts flying on the last mission of NASA's space shuttle program will spend today (July 13) unpacking a big cargo pod full of supplies that will help keep the International Space Station fully stocked.

Congress Grills NASA Chief Over Next Big Rocket Design

by Mike Wall

A congressional panel grilled NASA chief Charlie Bolden today (July 12) on Capitol Hill, repeatedly asking him why the space agency has yet to choose a design for its next-generation heavy-lift rocket.

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